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Career: 82-28 record with five pins, six technical falls and 18 major decisions...three-time NCAA qualifier...three-time EWL champion...2010 EWL Freshman of the Year.
2012-13: Redshirted during the 2012-13 season...tallied a 25-3 record competing in open tournaments during his redshirt season...was undefeated in bonus point matches going 12-0...won five open tournaments - Knight Point Open, MSU Open, AU Open, PSU Open and Edinboro Open - during the year at 125 pounds
2011-12: Finished the season with a 29-6 record and qualified for the NCAA Championship for the third straight year...came up just one win short of All-American honors, posting a 2-2 record at the national tournament in St. Louis, Mo....opened the NCAA Championships with a 14-4 major decision over No. 30 Coltin Frought, and then upset No. 3 Alan Waters (Missouri), 4-2 in sudden victory...qualified for the national tournament with his third straight EWL title, defeating No. 22 Shane Young in the finals for the third consecutive year...placed first at the season-opening Buffalo Open with a 6-0 decision over Edinboro's Kory Mines in the finals...won the title at the Mat Town Invitational with a 7-3 decision over Lock Haven's Bobby Rehm in the championship match...went 4-2 and placed fifth at the Las Vegas Cliff Keen Invitational, including a 3-1 win in sudden victory over No. 24 Tyler Iwamura (Cal-Bakersfield)...finished a perfect 6-0 in EWL dual meets, including a 3-2 decision over No.22 Shane Young (West Virginia)...also went a perfect 11-0 overall against EWL opponents...finished 9-6 against opponents ranked in the final WrestlingReport.com poll, including wins over No. 16 Mason Beckman (Lehigh), No. 17 Johnni Dijulius (Ohio State), No. 20 Jared Germaine (Eastern Michigan) and No. 23 Garrett Frey (Princeton)...second on the team in dual wins (14), dual points (53) and longest win streak (14) and third on the team in wins (29)...registered one pin, four technical falls and six major decisions.
2010-11: Finished with a 19-12 record and qualified for the NCAA Championships for the second consecutive season...finished 2-2 at nationals with a 7-2 decision over 10th-seeded Alan Waters (Missouri) and a 5-3 win over 19th-ranked Steve Bonnano (Hofstra)...won second straight EWL title with a 3-0 win over Shane Young (West Virginia)...defeated No. 5 Jarrod Patterson (Oklahoma) 4-1...won 10 consecutive matches from Jan. 21 to March 17...placed sixth at both the Nittany Lion Open and the Midlands Championships...posted an 8-1 record against EWL opponents...registered two pins and six major decisions.
2009-10: Had an outstanding freshman season, going 34-10 for the Panthers with the second most wins on the squad...qualified for the NCAA Championships by winning the EWL title at 125 by defeating Shane Young of West Virginia 4-2...won the opening round of the NCAA tournament by defeating Andre Gonzalez of Cal State-Fullerton 10-6 in sudden victory before falling to eventual champion Matt McDonough of Iowa 10-6...one of four wrestlers on the team with 30 or more wins on the year...finished tied for second in most wins recorded by a freshman at Pitt...the only freshman in the Panthers' starting lineup throughout the season...named the EWL Freshman of the Year...ranked in the top-20 in the 125-pound weight class by numerous wrestling publications...recorded two falls on the season with the quickest at 1:38...defeated No. 7 Brad Pataky of Penn State 15-9 and No. 8 Eric Morrill of Edinboro 4-1...went 4-1 in the Clarion Open with a third-place finish...went 7-1 at the Nittany Lion Open with a fifth-place finish...registered two pins, two technical falls and six major decisions.
High School: Two-time PIAA and WPIAL champion...honored as the 2009 WPIAL wrestler of the year, after compiling 46 victories and only one loss as a senior...registered a career record of 156-14, including four section championships under coach Brian Hutchin...a two-time Southwest Regional Champion...earned All-America honors ...participant for the Dapper Dan Pennsylvania Team.
Personal: Born March 2, 1991...son of Jay and Patti Zanetta...has two siblings, J.J (a former All-American wrestler for Mercyhurst University) and Nicky.